I do not much understand what is going on. The iframe is transparent in all browsers but IE. I need to change the background color in IE, of my iframe and cannot figure it out. My code is below. It is pulling from an external file exfile.js.
I have a div whose hover color is initially set through a CSS style sheet, but have found that if I change the background through a script, the hover is wiped out. Here's how I'm changing the colornode.style.backgroundColor = '#00FF00';Later on, I need to restore the normal color and have the hover still work. Is there any way to programatically reinstate the h
I want to create a basic script where someone clicks the button and the document color is changing. while I can do it with inline even handlers and also using the script block in html document, i am not able to achieve the result using the external js.js. My goal is not to use any even handlers at all inside the html document. why the script I wrote is not working.
Using the following function below I am able to shift the background color of rows containing content, but the color of the empty rows remain the "selected" color. How can this effect be achieved for all rows, whether they contain content or not?
I have a small script that changes the background color of my page from white to grey when the user clicks a button.at the moment it works fine accept for when the user tries to navigate to another page (on my website) after changing the background color.if a user changes the background color to grey and than tries to view another page, the background color becomes white again.is there any way to make the change only controlled by the button?my head code looks like this (at least the relevant parts):
I'm having a little bit of a problem with setting the background color through an onClick event on an option tag. When I click one of the options, nothing changes, although I set the body.style.backgroundColor to register to a different color when the option tag is clicked.
Gray background White background Sans-serif text Serif text
If the user onclicks any of the options, the webpage will turn into that format. For example, if the user clicks "Gray backgound", the background color of the webpage will be Gray. If the user clicks Serif-text, the text in the web page will be in Serif text. The code I have right now doesn't let me click any of the links to change the display and text.
<?xml version = "1.0" encoding = "utf-8"?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-W3CDTD XHTML 1.0 StrictEN" "http:www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">[code]...
Is there any way to have the background color change in a cell only when the mouse is over the link? This is what I have so far: <td class=topnav2 onClick="location.href='AboutAD/overview.htm'" onMouseOut="this.style.backgroundColor='#9966FF'"onMouseOver="this.style.backg roundColor='#660099'" bgcolor="#9966FF" width="107" height="45"valign="middle"> <a class="topnav2" href="AboutAD/overview.htm">About Alzheimer's</a> Currently you rollover the cell it changes color, I just want this effect when you roll over the text.
I'm the webmaster for a recreational organization. As part of one page of the site, I have an HTML "Calendar at a Glance" of the organization's events for the month. It's a simple table of a calendar, 7 across by whatever needed down, and I manually create it each month - not a big deal.
Every day I go in and darken the background color of the current day's cell by changing the appropriate <TD> entry to <TD bgcolor="c63800"> and uploading the page. Takes well under a minute start to finish. Thus the calendar gradually changes color over the course of the month, with the past dates dark and the future dates lighter and thus more apparent to the eye.
But I have to ask if there's a nifty way in which this might be done automatically, based on the current day and the number (the day of the month) that follows the <TD> entry.
I have a container <div> with a link inside of it. What I need to do is change the background of the <div> and the color of the link text at the same time.I can change the color of the link when I hover over it, but not when I hover over the <div>I have columns of links and each column is the width of the longest link so there are some links with "space" to the right of the link. When that "space" is hovered over the background of the div changes but not the color of the link text.The menulinkbox is the container and there are, for example, 4 columns with 4 rows in each column. When I hover over a column + row I want the menulinkbox's background to change *and* the color of the <a> text to change.
I'm super new to any kind of java script. What I want is a menu that, when clicked, changes the background color of a table cell to blue. When a different option is clicked, the current highlighted table should turn back to gray and the new selection should be blue. Well, I have all of that working. What I need now is just to have the first option start out highlighted and to become unhighlighted when another option is clicked.
I'm trying to make the background color change to white after the iframe is triggered. right now it sits transparent on the page but after the iframe is triggered i want the background to be white. is there a way to do this? i dont know much about java but im assuming this would be something to use java for
I have found a method which works in FireFox (2 - 3.6) & Mozilla but obviously it is not generic and IE is proving difficult to provide an attribute I can change. This (in essence) is what I am doing. I do have CSS styles and set the background (fixed, repeated) there in a style called body. The one below is an exapmple - I change the URL of the IFRAME contents several times before dumping the filtered table in the innerHTML. This leaves the background as the last one set.
have been trying to rework this to call additional, independent sets of colors to cycle through (so it would loop thru a set of grays, a set of primary colors, etc). I would use perhaps a different function name in the HTML to call different sets of colors. If this is more complex than I think it is, I think 3 sets would be plenty. demo link of script in current state at bottom)